Master’s Degree, Higher Education and Student Affairs, University of Connecticut Neag School of Education
Bachelor’s Degree, English Literature & Journalism, University of Arizona
Bio + Fun Facts:
Corey Lueker has worked at USC since 2014, and currently serves in a dual role within the Office for Residential Education as the Interim Assistant Director for the USC Village, and as Advisor for Residential Housing Association. As Advisor, Corey supports the programmatic efforts and leadership development of the eight Executive Board student leaders. Additionally, Corey has spent time developing presentations on Social Justice education, Title IX and consent workshops, and engaging men and masculinities in the college setting. He is a certified facilitator for the Bringing in the Bystander training workshop and has received a certificate in Mental Health First Aid training.
Originally from Arizona, Corey moved back to the southwest after graduate school due to his love for warmer climates and the Southern California natural environment. Corey enjoys spending time outside with his dog, Dexter, and loves discovering new hiking locations. His interests outside of Student Affairs include reading, geek-related culture, video games, and working out. Corey puts his annual Disneyland Passholder status to good use, and loves attending and hosting new movie premieres.